The Forestry Commission say that the countryside is 'open for business' following news that the first case of Ash dieback has been found in Wales.
Richard Siddons said there was absolutely no panic whatsoever but said people should be "careful that they don't spread the disease."
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Pollen levels will remain moderate tomorrow and Tuesday, but will be lower on Wednesday.
It will be a dry evening for most. A band of rain and thicker cloud will spread from the north overnight, clearing in the early hours.
A Korean state-owned power company could be investing in the new £10billion Wylfa Newydd nuclear power station, Sunday Times has reported.